Tiger Starr has risen from nothing to become burlesque¿s most sensational showgirl¿
She¿s bewitched an adoring public and media with her old school Hollywood glamour, hourglass curves and wickedly, sexy stage shows.
Tiger¿s life is a whirlwind of glamour, diamonds, celebrity parties and more than her fair share of suitors. She seems to finally have it all. But though she may have the talents to bring any man ¿ or woman ¿ to their knees, Tiger never lets her friends or lovers get too close. Only now, she¿s finally ready to take a chance on love...
But beneath all the glitz and the feathers, she¿s hiding more than her modesty. As she prepares for the most important show of her life, it seems somebody is intent on exposing the dark secrets of her carefully guarded past.
Unfortunately, there¿s more than one likely candidate. Is it one of Tiger¿s discarded lovers? A rival showgirl? Or even her jealous sister? As her world starts to unravel, Tiger will have to fight for survival, by delivering the performance of her life¿
a great and racy read Julian Clary This is one cracking, smart, fun ride. But be warned - unlike most burlesque artists, the lady is no tease... the book promises no-hold-barred fun, and definitely delivers! Belle du Jour Step aside Jackie Collins. This glamorous, decadent novel puts the bonk back into bonkbuster, adding a tassel twirl and sprinkle of glitter for good measure Emily Dubberley, Scarlet Magazine Tease is a whirlwind of nipple tassels, glitter and besotted suitors. Oh la la! Elle Irresistible The Times Roll over Jackie Collins! Evening Standard Tease is sensational...and destined to be the book of the beach this summer Time Out Packed full of glamour, revenge and oodles of sex...gloriously entertaining Heat Magazine the new Jackie Collins The Independent Magazine rips along like a particularly racy Eighties bonkbuster...undeniably good fun London Lite Glam locations. Check. Hunky men. Check. Beautiful, powerful, rich, sexy, wicked women out for revenge. Check. The bonkbuster is back...thanks in part to Immodesty Blaize Irish Independent It transported me back to the halcyon days, pre-chick lit, when no central character worth her salt bored on about how to get a boyfriend because she already had half a dozen men, plus a girlfriend and, perhaps, a pet priest...No wonder grown women in the audience were whooping approval as Blaize read from her novel with breathy aplomb... Daily Telegraph a riveting read Prima Well-written...funny, sweet and sexy Richard Madeley